Employees Accused in Health Care Fraud Case Released on Bond
Two employees of Doctor Jorge Zamora Quezada are now out on bond.
Felix Ramos and Estella Santos-Natera both bonded out Thursday, August 16.
Their bonds were each set at $100,000.
Ramos is accused of funneling money to different bank accounts, with the intent to hide where it came from.
Santos-Natera allegedly created false records and submitted false claims.
Doctor Zamora Quezada and his wife also face new charges of obstruction of justice and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
A federal judge denied the couple bond, citing they are a flight risk.
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